Top-left drawer —
eye drops. Go to town. [ Laughs ] These focus groups usually
pay really well, actually. The technology ones —
’cause they probably have the most money, too, you know.
-Mm-hmm. They — They’re the ones
that have the best, and they — they all ask you
this general questions. Keep going. But they don’t tell you
if it’s Samsung or Apple, you know what I mean?
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] It might not even be
about a cellphone, to be honest. [ Laughter ] Can you give me a short list
of things on your New York City
bucket list? Never been to the Statue
of Liberty. Oh, yes. [ Laughter ]
-Oh, look at that. Does his shirt say
“spring break?” [ Laughs ] They have so much good comedy…
[ speaks indistinctly ] He’s hitting his own face
with his boobs. -Carolines is great.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] So, have you ever been
to a concert in a park? Barbra Streisand when
she did Central Park. That had to be millions
of people — a million people there. Oh, there always have been
millions of people there. I mean, I just at the end
of the day was hoping… Farting bubbles. My last concert in
Central Park was Sting. Yeah. Who, Sting? Wow, Murray held strong. Look at Joe’s face —
how contemplative it is. Yeah, he was the last one
in Central Park. In Central Park.
Then there was… And it’s… [ Laughter ] All right. Miss., you just came
from that direction. Did you see what went — I’m a reporter from
“The Staten Island Retreat.” I got sent to cover this story.
My editor sent me down. I missed it,
and I was wondering if you could just give me
a quote about it. Yeah, but that’s okay.
That’s all right. The story — Look — No, I’ll tell you the story,
then tell it again. It was a tall woman — makes tacos with no hands
right there. Right there in the park. I just need you to say… Would you mind
just saying that? You don’t mind saying it? [ Laughs ] Was — There was a tall woman, and she made tacos
with no hands. Would you eat tacos
from a woman that made it
with her mouth or feet? You wouldn’t, right? Right, so that was a tragedy
all around, you might say, and it definitely
would make you sick, so — This was a tragedy all —
Oh, this isn’t harass– I thought we became friends. [ Laughs ] So, I’ll be training
you today. Bring some flair to this place. Like, flip stuff in the air
and catch it. So, you have your mangoes. You do the same amount
of pineapples. This is fun.
I feel like a bartender. -Yeah, right?
-Whoo! Sorry. -Keep doing it.
-Good. Got it. [ Laughter ] It also has spinach and kale. -Do a trick.
-That’s it. Just put it in the tub.
No, no, no. Boom, like this — spin. You’re obsessed
with doing tricks, dude. -That’s enough?
-Yep, that’s good. Over the shoulder. [ Laughter ] Great. My man, you know
if there’s a bathroom here? -Is there a bathroom in this?
-Right over… -Here we go.
-I can’t take the dog. Do you mind just sitting
with her for a minute for me? Great. Yeah, she’s great. -Her name’s Smelly Ripa.
-[ Laughs ] “It’s only ’cause I have a crush
on Kelly Ripa, and she farts, like, a lot.” ‘Cause I have a huge crush
on host Kelly Ripa, and she farts a lot, though. “The dog farts,
not Kelly Ripa.” The dog farts a lot,
not Kelly Ripa. Okay. I’ll be right back. There’s no way the guy’s
saying it. ♪♪ -Here we go. Here we go.
-Here you go. Boy or girl? What’s her name? -Some kind of Kelly something?
-Some kind of Kelly something? Do you know why
he named it what he did? -No.
-Oh, no. -No!
-Aw, that’s a waste. -Done.
-Hiya, pup! Hiya, baby!
Thank you so much. That’s my girl, Smelly Ripa. I call her Smelly Ripa because
I love the TV personality Kelly Ripa,
and this dog farts a lot — Smelly Ripa.
-Oh. You know what I think
about that? [ Laughter ] Did you hear about
the corduroy pillowcases, Joe? You got corduroy pillowcases? Yeah, they’re making headlines
everywhere. Ahh! -Very good.
[ Bell dings ] I mean, Joe, Joe, when this guy
passes you, just say to him, “Show me that fuzzy.” -Oh, show me that fuzzy.
-Huh? Oh, my bad. -I said, “Show me that fuzzy.”
-“Oh, crap, you’re not Carl.” -Oh, crap, you’re not Carl.
-No. “I bet you don’t even
have a fuzzy.” I bet you don’t even
have a fuzzy. [ Laughter ] Excuse me.
Could you do me a favor? Could you take a picture of me?
Yeah, thank you so much. I just want to do
a real quick selfie. -Yeah.
-There you go. [ Buzzer ] [ Laughter ] The first one,
he clocked the girls. Joe’s so close. Should I —
Is it kneeling good or no? Get him! Get him, Joe! Woman: I think it’s good.
That’s a good one. Oh. If we just see the —
If we turn it sideways… You want to hold on a second? If we turn it sideways, then
I could get, like, the whole — Okay.
…the whole thing,
and I’ll stand this time. -Oh, that was huge!
-Oh, that was close! I don’t know what he’s doing,
but that’s funny. All right, thank you.
Thank you so much. Thank you. [ Laughter ] All right.
Thanks, guys, really. I appreciate you
taking the time ’cause I know there’s
a lot of stuff to do. Yeah!
I got it at the buzzer! He got that at the buzzer! [ Laughter ] Boom! Oh, you can’t beat this weather,
you know what I’m saying? -It’s totally enjoyable.
-Yeah, it is. “Agree or disagree?” Agree or disagree with me? “Gandhi probably snuck
in some potato chips during that hunger strike.” [ Laughter ] Gandhi. -Who?
-The Indian peace — -Yeah, yeah.
-The peace warlord in India. The peace warlord. You know the hunger
strike he did?
Yes. Agree or disagree —
he probably snuck in a couple of potato chips during that hunger
strike, right? Because you know,
he did a lot of good things, Gandhi,
and I’m all for peace, and I think he did a great —
-Right, right. He’s probably the best warlord
that India ever had, but if you’re gonna say
you’ll do a hunger strike, you know, lay off the chips. [ Laughs ] I don’t care who you are.
“I love peace, I love peace.” You dangle a kettle chip
in front of someone, they eat it, you know? He probably snuck one or two
in on that hunger strike, right? Yeah, you agree. You agree. [ Laughter ] Thank you, bro.
Thank you very much. -Do you need anything else?
-Okay, here we go. -No, this is it.
-Just that? All right, let’s send
in the actor. Okay, it’s $4.95. [ Laughter ] -It’s Rob Emmer!
-It’s Rob Emmer! You may know Rob Emmer. Rob’s been on our show a bunch. I’ll take an everything bagel
with cream cheese. Ugh. Could you stand right here? Thanks. [ Laughter ] That’s not your actor. Your actor is the guy
who’s to the left. That’s just Rob Emmer,
who came in to offer a bottle. [ Laughter ] Rob, come here. I’m sorry.
I thought you were someone else. I’m so sorry. -It’s okay.
-I’m so sorry. -All right.
-It’s all good. -Okay.
-[ Laughs ] Did they just tell you
to come in the store? Yeah. They didn’t tell you
why or what for? We — No, we didn’t
tell him anything. Here, do me a favor, Rob. Go throw this in that guy’s
face for me. Go throw this — I’m sorry.
I meant to get him, not you. -Go throw it in that guy’s face.
-I’m sorry. He meant to get you, not me. Okay. Better? -Oh!
-That’s not the actor! That’s not the actor! -That’s not the actor!
-[ Laughs ] -That’s a guy who’s shopping.
-What did you do? Why would you tell me that? Look — Rob. I’m gonna walk out now. [ Laughter ] Oh, my God, why would
you guys do that? No, that’s our actor. Oh. It doesn’t stop!
It doesn’t stop! There we go. Let’s do it. Sal, jimmy quickly
around the corner. You’re scared to death, bud. [ Laughter ] ♪♪ I’m good, yeah. “Just come hold my hand.” Just hold my — Yeah. [ Laughter ] This next show
is called “The Eyes.” Like “The Voice,” but now it’s
the contestants that can’t see. Singers are blindfolded
and must find the stage through a maze filled
with booby traps. Oh, my gosh. Look out for that sand pit,
Patricia. If they find the mic, they can
sing, but it’s not mandatory. So imagine you’ve got the best singing competition
in the world, but they have to physically
be able to get there. Well, that’s not
what’s written because they don’t have to sing
if they don’t want to. -They don’t have to sing.
-And it’s not a sing — They basically are just trying
to find a microphone while wearing a blindfold. I like it. I like it.
It’s — you know, I like it. [ Laughter ] Okay, “When Duty Calls.” When on vacation,
retired detective Duke Sweats
receives an urgent call while in the middle of
dropping kids off at the pool. It appears his ex-wife
has gone missing. -[ Laughs ]
-Duke E. Sweats. What choice does a man
have when duty calls? Duty calls. He’s dropping his kids off
at the pool. Think of it like — like,
almost like a Netflix — like, we just drop
the whole season in one day. We just mondo dooksies,
and we just drop all in one day. We could film it, like,
in Miami. Yeah, now you’re calling.
Right, so it’s, like, steaming. It’s, like, hot.
It’s steaming. Yeah. -You guys think that was good?
-Yeah. Q, ask him if he minds
if you listen to your podcast. Do you listen to podcasts? -Yeah, sometimes.
-Hit the iPad. It’s an Italian podcast called
“Faccia Bella” by Two Paisans. Do you ever listen to —
there’s a podcast — there’s an Italian podcast. It’s “Faccia Bella”
by Two Paisans. Okay. Nope. Oh, it’s awesome.
Here we go. [ Speaking Italian ] Here you go, Q. Dude, make believe
you understand it and that it’s hysterical. [ Laughing ] Do you know this?
Do you know Italian? Oh, my God. Hold on.
Listen. “They’re both wearing
bright pants.” [ Laughs ] They’re both wearing
bright pants, and they — they didn’t mean to. [ Laughter ] “They’re running out of
air in a fallout shelter.” Oh, God. They’re running out of air
in a fallout shelter. “But all they can talk about
is the can of tuna.” All they can talk about — They keep fighting
over this can of tuna. He’s bringing up the time
that he sneezed into his mouth at a ball of some sort. Do you speak Italian? No, not really.
Certain words. I know “bright” and “pants,”
“sneeze,” “mouth,” “fallout shelter,”
and I know “tuna.” “She slept with her son
for payback for a bad haircut.” He slept with his son
for payback for a bad haircut. Yeah, it loses something
in the translation. [ Laughter ] All right, there he is. That’s a good-looking shirt.
That’s a new shirt, huh? Yeah, I’m trying
to just reintroduce non-hoodies and colors
into it when I can. It’s just so easy to throw
on a hoodie every day. When are cargo pants
gonna come back? Not soon enough. The ’90s has been back,
and it left out cargo pants. You know what, Sal? I’m gonna start wearing
cargo pants. -No one would be surprised.
-Excuse me. Hi. How are you? Excuse me.
You’re very aloof. She’s very aloof. Somewhere in this mall,
they’re selling cargo pants. I mean, I can’t even get
a person with a [bleep] bag. I’ve seen cargo pants. [ Laughter ] Okay, striped shirt. I need two seconds. [ Laughter ] She just ran into
Victoria’s Secret. One sec, one sec.
I’m on it. -Oh, my God.
-Excuse me. I just want to take
a picture of myself to send to my mom real quick. Sal’s got somebody. You’re partner’s
nowhere to be — Don’t tell him.
Don’t tell him. Um, let me go… Oh, I can’t do green and green,
though. [ Laughter ] You can come up
a little bit more. You got to help me out here, Q.
Okay. Are there
security tags on this? Q, he had somebody. -What?
-Where is he? -Where are you?
-He’s shopping for cargo pants. -Q?
-Yeah? Are you seriously
buying cargo pants? I mean, I did mention
I was getting cargo pants, so that’s on you. [ Laughter ] Dude, this is absurd
that I’m waiting — Okay, I’m gonna get
this massage chair. Oh, my God, the lady just sat
in my God damn seat. Damn it. -Story of your life.
-Okay, a lady’s getting up. Buddy, I’m back, I’m back. Now you wait for me. -Sal? Cargo pants.
-Congrats. I’m giving up. What do you mean
you’re giving up? Wake me up when cargo pants
come back in style. [ Laughter ] We’ve hidden Joe
in the reception area. All: 4, 3, 2 —
-Go! Welcome. [ Laughter ] So stupid. Am I supposed to be
waiting here? Yeah, wait there. [ Laughter ] Joe, take a phone call. [ Laughter ] Cossio & Dominick,
Attorneys At Law. [ Laughter ] “You fell down stairs?” Oh, fell down stairs?
How many stairs? One, two, three stairs? You may be eligible
for a large cash settlement. “What’s that — dog bite?” What’s that — dog bite? “Bite back with
Cossio & Dominick.” Bite back with
Cossio & Dominick, Attorneys At Law. [ Laughter ] Mesothelioma? Fibromyalgia? Asbestos? [ Laughter ] Hit and run? Mercury poisoning? Lead poisoning? Medical malpractice? [ Laughter ] What’s your number? “1-888-888…” [ Laughter ] He’s leaving! He’s out! [Bleep] you guys. Oh! -Oh.
-This is the first — This is the first that
he’s ever walked out of a scene. Yeah, they’re ready for you. [ Laughter ] -Hey. How are you, sir?
-Hi. Remind him that you have
the right to refuse service. We’re gonna get you
a couple of specs for that. You can do different finishes
and stuff like that. I will remind you, though,
at any time, we do have the right
to refuse service. Yeah, at any time. [ Laughter ] It’s just a policy that we have
in case things start going in a way
that we don’t appreciate. Explain to them the longest
promotional deal in the world, and do it at the same time. -It’s basically a full special.
-Yeah. So if you want to pick up — If you want to
deliver them online… It’s a full special
as long as it’s done by October 31st,
at the end of the month. And you can get them
to come on through.
You get 20 percent off… We deliver them down
the street… …or 30% off
an order of $1,000 or more. He’s thoroughly confused. Tell him about the rebate. -There is a rebate…
-Mail-in rebate. …in-store. [ Laughter ] -It’s a mail-in.
-And mail-in. Both —
You can choose
which one that you like. They do both a mail-in
and in-store rebate right now. -Keep going. Keep going.
-You could put them, like… You know, with different fonts
and block letters, as well. We’ve seen musicians
that put them on guitar picks or we just cut it
to look like a different make it stand out.
-We do that, as well. Some of the business
cards pop out. You can figure out
whatever you want there.
The entire catalogue’s online. -And that’s 10 to 15% off…
-And we could do samples. We could do samples
if you ever want to. That’s really the point. Just as a reminder, we have
the right to refuse service. [ Laughter ] -Yeah.
-Okay. -Thank you.
-Thank you. [ Laughter ] Agree or disagree. “Sports magazines should be
scratch-and-sniff.” Sports magazines should be scratch-and-sniff. I mean, look,
you’re reading a magazine. You see — You gotta go? Do you agree? [ Laughter ] Excuse me, sir.
Could I ask you a question? I just need your honest opinion.
Agree or disagree. “Everything is just a hole
you haven’t dug yet.” Everything is just a hole
you haven’t dug yet. Am I right about that or what? [ Laughter ] We’re gonna name Sal’s turn
“I gotta go.” That’s what everybody
is saying to you. “Okay, I gotta go.”
Hand on the shoulder. -“Okay, gotta go.”
-Okay, gotta go. How bad would you guys feel
if this place is about to get robbed, and they come in
and they’re like, “Okay, first, we got to kill
the security guard.” -Would we air it?
-[ Laughs ] Joe, the woman to your left.
Sneak by the aisle. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] [ Laughter ] Now army-crawl back. ♪♪ ♪♪ Do a canoe row backwards. [ Laughter ] Whiz by on a walker. ♪♪ Trail her, trail her. ♪♪ She’s behind you! ♪♪ [ Laughter ] What’s up, bro? So, Sal, Sal, say, “I’m the manager,
and I fired Blake because his ass
doesn’t stock the cola right.” Just so you know,
I’m the manager. And I don’t know if you come
in here a lot, but I fired Blake co his ass don’t know how
to stock the cola. [ Laughter ] Well, Blake didn’t stock it. It is now, but Blake’s ass
don’t know how to stock cola, so I had to get rid
of Blake’s ass. I’m the manager. [ Laughter ] That was the number one thing
on my list for him. “Stock the cola, Blake. “Hey, Blake, did you
stock the cola? “What’s going on there, Blake? ‘Cause that’s one
of your main jobs, Blake.” “Well, I don’t stock the cola.”
“Well, you know what, Blake? Your ass don’t know
how to stock the cola, you ain’t gonna be
working here no longer, Blake.” In Blake’s defense, I thought
he stocked the soda pretty well. [ Laughter ] Sal, that’s not what you wanted
to hear, buddy. Listen, it’s not hard
to stock Cola, okay? Blake didn’t stock
the cola well. -I told you that.
-[ Laughs ] -All I’m saying is —
-I don’t want to hear anything. Blake stocked the soda
just fine. I can’t believe this! I’m the only one
trying to steer this Blimpie ship
in the right direction! If it wasn’t for me, this Blimpie ship
would be going down! As far as Blimpie is concerned,
I am God! [ Laughter ] Just once more,
in Blake’s defense — Enough with Blake! You want some? -No, I’m good, thanks.
-Oh, okay. Oh, I got a water if you want. -No, I’m good, thanks.
-Yeah? “If you’re in the mood
for a urine sample, we got a cooler
full of them right next to you.” Well, if you’re in the mood
for a urine sample, I got a cooler full of them
right over there, right next to you. [ Laughter ] “Also, if you want to add
to the collection, feel free to take a piss
in the cooler.” And, also — Yeah, also,
if you want to add to the collection, I mean,
you can just, you know, take a peeps in the cooler
right there. “What’s so amusing?” What was — I heard you,
you know, kind of snicker a little bit. What was so amusing? The urine sample bit. Oh, oh, okay.
I thought I missed a joke. Got it. There’s no way we’d get
a free car from anybody, is there? You’re the Movado guy.
You might get a free Movado. No way. Dude, eight years in
and we still have yet to get a free anything. We are way over it. Guys, let’s take 30 seconds
right now to address the camera and tell them we’ve been on TV
for nearing a decade. If anyone wants to send us
anything free, all the way from a scoop
of ice cream to a Range Rover,
please, we’re here. You going to meet a friend?
You’re on your way to work? -No, I’m just meeting my buddy.
-Meeting your buddy. -“Oh, and then what?”
-[ Laughing ] Then what are you guys doing? I don’t know.
Probably just hanging out. Maybe go for drinks
or something. “Cool. Then what?” Then what? Then the trip back
to Manhattan. Ohh! Then what? [ Laughter ] Not a hell of a lot. [ Laughing ] Don’t play hijinks. [ Laughter ] You’re that strong?
You’re that strong? [ Laughing ] Good work. What? [ Laughs ] -We’re getting delirious.
-I know. It’s weird. It looks like
you’re wearing a bald cap. This is what I’m gonna
look like in a few years. Do you imagine that the series
is over and Murray’s like, “Oh, that’s it, guys.
It’s over.” And he takes off a bald cap. [ Laughter ] Oh, here we go, here we go.
Act natural. 7? -Yeah.
-I’m okay, I’m okay. I’m trying to learn…
things. Then say, “I’m so sorry
if I’m a little slow.” I’m so sorry.
I’m a little slow. “Oh, a [bleep] pelican hit me
in the temple the other day.” -What?
-A [bleep] — A [bleep] pelican hit me
in my temple the other day, and I haven’t been right since. I was down there
in Staten Island, and a pelican came out
of nowhere and hit my temple, and I have a — I had
a hard time concentrating. You ever see a pelican? -They’re not cute.
-No, they’re not. -They got giant gullets.
-“Stupid question.” If this is a stupid question,
just… No. No stupid questions.
You go ahead. “But I want to add a gradient
that changes the color of the lower half
of the text image.” I want to add, like, a gradient
that horizontally changes the lower half of the text. “And creates
an opaque transition.” Creates, like,
an opaque transition. “Between the background
and the top.” -“Can we do that?”
-Mm-hmm. -We’re gonna do that.
-Okay, great. How do you even know
those words? -I don’t —
-Okay. So, I could do shapes. Oh, so, this is something
I’ve seen people do, where they’ll —
Oh, look how many. Just list everything that
you see in that drop-down menu. -Oh, wow.
-Oh, wow. There’s a square… Mm-hmm.
…and there’s a circle,
triangle, trapezoid, a diamond, a seven-sided figure,
an eight-sided figure. Oh, then there’s arrows, too. -I could do a left arrow.
-Right. And then you draw how big
you want the arrow. Get the [bleep] out of here. -Exactly.
-Amazed — you’re amazed. Look at that. -Yeah.
-So, now any — So, if I wanted to add more —
If I want… -With the mouse pad.
-The mouse pad, mouse pad. [ Laughter ] You know how to use
these charts and tables? Yeah, it depends
on what you’re going for — a bar chart or line graph. “Definitely a bar chart.
That’s the most fun.” Well, statistically speaking, people have a lot of fun
with bar charts. [ Laughter ] “Against a pie chart, I mean.
Who’s gonna look at a pie chart? What am I, an asshole?”
-Right? Just compared to a pie chart. Who the hell uses a pie chart? I’m not an asshole.
I’m not gonna use a pie chart. Now replace “chart”
with “shart.” [ Laughter ] How do you search
the pie shart? The pie chart’s under —
it’s here, as well.
Yeah. Try to insert — I want to see
what a bar shart looks like. “I’m familiar with bar sharts.” Bar sharts —
I’m familiar with bar sharts. “I used to party a lot
in college.” I used to party a lot
in college. Yeah. [ Laughs ] [ Snorts ] This is so stupid. Murr, see the guy
with the gray hat? Just tap him on the arm
and be like, “Check out my wife.” Check out my wife.
She’s gorgeous, right? Yeah, she might kill you, man. Check this out. -Check this out.
-He said, “She might kill you.” “She looks like she’s out
of my league, right?” She looks —
I’ll tell you this. She looks like she’s out
of my league. -“You haven’t seen her foot.”
-The tail on or the tail off? Let’s go tail off.
But you haven’t seen her foot. It is gross. -You —
-It is a train wreck down there. You keep —
You keep rubbing them. Yeah. I will. -All right, Joey.
-All right, let’s see. Good day. Let’s get a —
Maybe I’ll get a hazelnut latte. Who knows?
Nothing’s gonna ruin my day. [ Laughter ] Hey, pardon me, miss.
You are our hundredth customer, so we’re giving out
a $10 gift card. -Oh.
-Congratulations. -Really? Thanks.
-What the [bleep]? [ Laughter ] -“$10? American?”
-$10 American? Yeah. How lucky. That’s amazing.
I got no luck, though. It’s fine.
It’s the story of my life. “My parents are throwing me
out of the house this week.” My parents are throwing me
out of my house this week. Really?
Yeah.
Well, it’s their house. -Oh.
-“My parents can’t take my IBS.” I do get where my parents
come from, though, because, you know,
they have to battle with the IBS the whole time. -Mm.
-My IBS. “I’m dripping from places
that aren’t holes.” Enjoy your gift card.
I hope you… -Are you done?
-[ Laughs ] Can’t say that to a person. [ Laughter ] Excuse me. No disrespect.
No disrespect, but… “Your teeth don’t match
your lips.” …your teeth — your teeth
don’t match your lips. Are we good? We good? We good? We good? We good! We good. Oh, my God, that was a we good
at the buzzer. -Wow, nice.
-We’re good. ♪♪ Excuse me.
Sir, no disrespect, but… “Your face is the worst part
of my day.” [ Laughter ] No disrespect whatsoever. Just, I’m not having
a great day. -No!
-“No disrespect.” No disrespect, but you… your… I’m in a moment right now. I’m stuck in a moment,
and I’m trying to get out of it. I’m not sure how to do it. I’m gonna give you a little Joe
scunge soundtrack to help you. Huh! Huh! [ Laughter ] We’re good.
All right, we’re good
for no reason. Yes. Excuse me. Excuse me.
No disrespect. “You probably just sweep, right?
You don’t vacuum.” You probably just sweep, right?
You don’t vacuum. Like, you probably just sweep.
You don’t vacuum. Like, you know, in general. No disrespect,
but you probably just sweep. You don’t vacuum. You do? Oh. We good, though? We good? Oh, thank you, sir.
Thank you. -Oh!
-All right, you’re on the board. Excuse me. Sorry, sorry. No disrespect. “No bank’s giving you
a mortgage. Come on.” But — But this is ridiculous.
Have a good day. [ Laughter ] This is absurd.
This is absurd. I can’t do — I can’t do this. [ Laughter ] Oh, here we go. What do we got?
I got one. -Here, Joe.
-No. -The menu — they got it up top.
-Let me take the picture. Oh, yeah,
take it so you don’t — Oh, no — no disrespect. “You’re way prettier
than my wife.” No, I was just asking
’cause I didn’t know… [ Laughter ] 100%. Yeah, yeah. Oh, we good. Yeah. You, too. All right, now you know
how it feels. That’s it. You got — That’s a good one. -Gonna have you right here.
-Sal, measure super fast, bud. Okay, so, let me just see. So, you’re a 32 there. That’s gonna be about 32. Don’t even look.
Turn your head the other way. That looks like it’s about… …about a 28. You’re good at this? Been doing it
since I was born. 40. [ Laughter ] 20. So the back
doesn’t match the front? It’s actually odd because your
back is actually half the front. But this is a stretch fit,
so you’re fine. -Mm-hmm.
[ Laughter ] This is a floor to remember. You’re having a bad day.
Someone’s died. Someone’s broke up with you. Now you have an entire floor
just to remember. Well…
We are really kind of trying to soften the edges
of the workspace. These Millennials come to work
and cry all day. [ Laughter ] I’m a Millennial, so… -Oh.
-You’re a Millennial? What millennia? Sal, claim you’re 28. I’m 28 years old.
What do you want to do? [ Laughter ] I’ll be on the floor
to remember. I’ll meet you later. [ Laughter ] -Yeah.
-Planet Bollywood, right? -Coming to the 4th floor?
-Planet Bollywood. More inclusive,
more diversive. -Yeah.
-What is diversive? Is that a word? “We’re pleased to announce
this popular rock ‘n’ roll meets Indian celeb culture
restaurant chain is coming to the 4th floor. “Will not affect
Planet Hollywood,” which is on 5. [ Laughter ] I don’t know
if you guys know — when they launched
Planet Hollywood, they had
Arnold Schwarzenegger — used to pop in on them as,
like — it was a thing
that became known. So we’re hoping to do
the same thing with some big
Bollywood names. -Yeah.
-Such as… -Priyanka Chopra…
-Priyanka Chopra… we have a call out to. [ Laughs ] ♪♪ ♪♪